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Hurricane Dorian Bulletins & Updates

Post Tropical Cyclone Nestor Will Bring Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds and Potential for Minor Flooding

Post Date:10/19/2019 8:38 AM

According to the National Weather Service, post tropical cyclone Nestor will move across Eastern North Carolina later today with the greatest impacts expected tonight into Sunday morning. A high wind advisory and hazardous weather outlook have been issued. 

In addition to heavy rain and gusty southerly winds, minor coastal flooding is possible along the sounds and the oceanfront. Locations with dune structures already weakened by Dorian and last week’s Nor’easter will be particularly vulnerable.  Motorists should proceed with extreme caution during storm conditions and never drive into floodwaters. For real-time travel information, visit or follow NCDOT on social media.

Gusty Winds of 35-45 mph make power outages possible. Isolated tornadoes are also possible. Dangerous surf with seas as large as 10-13 feet will bring very dangerous maritime and surf zone conditions that will continue into the early part of next week.

Please continue to monitor updated weather conditions from the National Weather Service at  

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